and Home Service programme summary
Exercises for men :
Exercises for women : May Brown
At the pianos, Barbara Laing and Lena Blackman. (BBC recording)
LEONCAVALLO and MASCAGNI
Gramophone records of excerpts from Mascagni's 'Cavalleria Rusticana'
' Try Something New : Hamburgers ', by Winifred Tillard
Popular songs and dance-music, on gramophone records
Awake, my soul (A. and M. 3, Part 1, omitting v. 4; S.P. 25, Part 1, omitting v. 4; C.H. 256, omitting vv. 4 and 5; Tune, Morning Hymn)
Prayers: The Prayer for Today;: the Lord's Prayer
Forth in thy name, O Lord, I go (A. and M. 8, omitting v. 2; S.P. 29, omitting v. 2; C.H. 661, omitting v. 2; Tune, Angel's Song, as in Songs of Praise)
(For Welsh schools). Cwrs y Byd : cyfres i blant dros 12 oed
from page 25 of ' New Every Morning ', and page 46 of ' Each Returning Day'; At thy feet, 0 Christ ; Psalm 62, w. 1-8 ; Dear Lord and Father of mankind
played by Percy Whitlock
From the Pavilion, Bournemouth.
' More about their teeth ', 'by a woman dentist
11.0 MUSIC AND MOVEMENT FOR
JUNIORS : Ann Driver
11.20 ' DO YOU KNOW ABOUT- ?' A new series telling you how some of the affairs of the community are cdnducted. No. 1—' Being a Citizen', by Commander Stephen King-Hall
11.40 TALKS FOR SIXTH FORMS. Leadership and Liberty : No. 1— ' Pericles ', by Sir Richard Living -stone
Conducted by Major J. Causley Windram, Director of Music, Coldstream Guards (Soloist, L./Sgt. Arthur Hewlett> )
ENSA show for war-workers, from a factory canteen. Bryan Michie introduces Geraldo and his Orchestra, featuring Dorothy Carless , with Sally Douglas , Doreen Villiers , Len Camber , Johnny Green , and Three Boys and a Girl. Guest artist, Ernest Arnley
2.0 TRAVEL TALKS. Journeys in Russia and China : 1—' Through the Caucasus on Mule Back', by Eileen Bigland
2.15 Interval music
2.20 INTERMEDIATE FRENCH, by Jean-Jacques and Yvonne Oberlin. Programme vari6 comprenant un concours : ' Ou se trouvent ? '
2.40 SENIOR ENGLISH I. Book talk, 'The Wreck of the Wild Wave', by E. T. Hurd : adventures at sea and on a desert island
Debroy Somers and his Band
from Ratcliffe College, Leicester Prayer
Leader, now on earth no longer
Address by the Very Rev. C. J. Emery , Inst. Ch.
Salve Regina (R. L. de Pearsall) Prayers'
In manus tuas (Gregorian Chant) Reading : St. Paul, Romans 8
Who is she that stands triumphant ?
(R. R. Terry )
Very Rev. C. J.
Conducted by G. Thalben-Ball
(News and topical talks in Welsh)'
5.0 ' Newyddion y Dydd '
5.5 ' Newyddion o'r Senedd'. gan W. J. Gruffydd , A.S.
5.10 ' Yr Wythnos yng Nghymru gan J. C. Griffith Jones
5.15 Sgwrs amserol
J. C. Griffith
' Anne of Green Gables', by L. Montgomery , adapted as a serial play by Muriel Levy. Produced by May Jenkin (conclusion)
At the piano, Gwenn Knight
National and Regional announcements and Scottish News summary
' Women Doctors Today', by one of them
' The Future of Lighting', by Richard Freeth
' Women's War-Time Problems ', by Mary Ferguson
departs at 6.50 prompt on a non-stop journey, with Charles Williams and his Concert Orchestra, and Primo Scala 's Accordion Band, directed by Harry Bidgood. Tonight's guests, the Michael Krein Saxophone Quartet. Programme produced by Fred Hartley
[Starring] Arthur Marshall
with Marjorie Westbury as 'Sister Parkinson'; John Slater, Jack Jackson and the May Fair Hotel Dance Orchestra, Josephine Driver, Dorothe Morrow's Aristocrats, and the singing sailor, Ivor Pye. This week's guest, John Dickson Carr. Musical arrangements by Peter Akister and Phil Cardew. Script by Arthur Marshall. Produced by David Yates
Jack Jackson and the May Fair Hotel Dance
Ivor Pye, The Singing
A dramatisation of events that occurred at a vital cross-roads on the path to victory on a certain day between the hours of 10 a.m. and 10 p.m. Music under the direction of George Walter. Programme written and produced by Cecil McGivern.
This programme, originally broadcast on March 24, shows how British railways are successfully carrying out their vital and gigantic war task in conditions of unparalleled difficulty. It has been produced with the full cooperation of the L.M.S. Railway. L.N.E.R., G.W.R., and Southern Railway.
Conducted by Sir Adrian Boult. Henry Hoist (violin)
Fifth of a monthly selection of very recent or unpublished poems
Directed by Cpl. Lee Street (by permission of the Officer Commanding)